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Sustainability commitments of peat-heavy industry

In Southeast Asia about 25% of plantations are currently on peat and some companies have more than 75% of their plantations on these carbon rich […]

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New hope for coastal resilience for the people of Timbul Sloko

It was an early Saturday morning in Timbul Sloko, at the North Coast of central Java, Indonesia, and not just any Saturday. It was a […]

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Hand in hand: wetland conservation and tourism in Senegal

I recently got the chance to experience the natural beauty of Djoudj National Park in Senegal for the first time and see its conservation needs. […]

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The “art” of flyway conservation

Wetlands International’s team is currently working on the 6th edition of the AEWA Conservation Status Report, which summarises the available knowledge about the size and […]

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Second stage of the Grand West Asian Wintering Waterbird Survey in Saudi Arabia completed

The second stage of the Grand West Asian Wintering Waterbird Survey in Saudi Arabia has covered the Red Sea coast between Jeddah and Jizan. During our […]

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Kenya’s Tana River Delta Ramsar Site Launched

To celebrate World Wetlands Day 2014, Kenya’s Tana River Delta Ramsar Site was officially launched with a public celebration attended by over 500 people. Encompassing […]

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Mangrove-mud coasts; a muddy story

In my previous blogs, we discussed that a healthy mangrove-mud coast is dynamic, and how these dynamics are controlled by the tide and the waves. […]

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The secret to Africa’s drylands is the wetlands? What prospects for future food security?

When you think of the Sahel in Africa, what picture does it conjure up? Dry sandy areas with scattered trees and perhaps hungry-looking children looking […]

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First stage of the Grand West Asian Wintering Waterbird Survey in Saudi Arabia completed

The 5th Conservation Status Report produced by Wetlands International for the African-Eurasian Waterbird Agreement (AEWA) highlighted that our understanding of the status of wintering waterbirds is […]

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East Atlantic Flyway training for site managers and local NGO leaders in Senegal

“Migratory waterbirds connecting wetlands and people” is the motto of the Flyway Programme of Wetlands International. This was put into practice during a workshop organised […]

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